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Publisher's Summary

Giving a ride to a teenage girl hitchhiking in the middle of nowhere can be a bad idea, especially if they slip into the back seat unseen - because they're a lost and troubled spirit condemned to wander the lonely roads forever. Teenagers like Rachael can be obsessive, angry, and unreasonable, and they'll fall in love in a heartbeat. Being dead doesn't make any difference. Darren and Jean Madden should never have opened the car doors that night when their station wagon mysteriously broke down. Jean has always known her attractive husband would be a hard man to keep. Rachael won't take no for an answer. Even ghosts won't wait forever.
©2015 G.M.Hague (P)2017 G.M.Hague
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By Tad B. on 08-17-17

Hague at his Best

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In my experience, G.M. Hague writes strange, short horror stories and "The Girl in the Back Seat" is no exception! In fact, this story has been my favorite by Hague so far, especially now that I've gotten used to his narration (which does indeed require getting used to!). A couple heading off on vacation accidentally picks up an unwanted passenger on a dark, side road and ends up terrorized by a lonely spirit. It was fun to listen to and the spookiness met my expectations for this story. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a sort of light horror story that includes some sexual content with ghosts. <br/><br/>I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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By Darren on 07-27-17

Hitchhiker from Hell

If you could sum up The Girl in the Back Seat in three words, what would they be?

Tense, unnerving, sad.

Would you recommend The Girl in the Back Seat to your friends? Why or why not?

Sure, it was a good horror short. A simple premise, and the story could have happened to anyone which always add to credibility of a story.

What about G.M. Hague’s performance did you like?

G. M. read quite well, and as he is also the author he was able to pace the narration so match how he imagined the characters he wrote. Usually I would avoid a book self narrated by the author but not in this case.

Who was the most memorable character of The Girl in the Back Seat and why?

Well that would be the protagonist. The feeling of doom that slowly enveloped him as the story progressed was well done.

Any additional comments?

This was a quick and enjoyable read and another good story from author G. M. Hague. The story was simple and to the point, wasn't too much buildup or back story. I would recommend it.<br/><br/>I received a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review, which I give here.

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